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Matador cross country runners competed in the East Central XC Invitational with three runners placing top 10 overall, while Navarro Panthers ran in the FEAST Invitational on Saturday in pre-district competition.

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Fall tennis competition is in full swing at Navarro as the Panthers collect their third district win of the season.

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LYTLE — After 24 minutes of looking like dogs with no fight left in them, the Marion Bulldogs seemed to have turned on a switch in the second half to wrestle away a win Friday night from the Lytle Pirates in Lytle.

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Navarro added another district win with an assertive three-set victory (25-15, 25-23, 25-9) over the Eagles on Tuesday at Pleasanton High School. 

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Bulldogs will sail West in search of buried treasure — a district win — this week against the Lytle Pirates.

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The Navarro Panthers (2-2) won in a last second thriller over the Giddings Buffalos on Sept. 25 after a 16 play, 76 yard drive ended with Brody Whitson stepping over the goal line to give the Panthers the 21-17 edge with :03 seconds left in the game.

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Marion Bulldogs (2-3, 1-0) never gave up and never seemed to be out of the game until the final quarter in their matchup at home Friday night against the Jourdanton Indians.

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The Navarro Panther volleyball team (9-3) rounded out its pre-district lineup with a quick three-set triumph over Canyon Lake on Friday at Canyon Lake High School.

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CUERO — The Navarro Panthers did little right while the Cuero Gobblers did little wrong in their 42-21 drubbing on Navarro in non-district action on Friday night.

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Sometimes losing teaches a team more than winning will. There’s a lot to learn for the young Bulldogs (2-2) after week four in Hondo turned a two year winning streak upside down with a 49-17 final from the Owls’ home stadium on Friday night.

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A pair of ranked volleyball teams went face-to-face on Tuesday night with the higher seated team walking away the victory.

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In their season opening 28-19 loss to La Vernia on Friday night, Navarro Panthers committed as many turnovers — six — as they did in all 14 games of their 2019 season combined.

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A hometown matchup saw the Navarro Panthers defeat the Marion Bulldogs in a three-game sweep (25-21, 25-10, 25-13) Friday at Navarro High School.

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A kill from Madison McCaig closed the book on a 3-1 (25-22, 28-30, 25-18, 25-15) victory for the Navarro Panthers over the Poth Pirates on Tuesday at Poth High School.

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